Female logic - does it exist?

Guys, I'd like to hear your opinion.
I know, most men usually repeat that the phenomenon as "female logic" doesn't exist.
On the other hand most women assure that men are mistaken when they talk about an existence of exclusively "men logic".

Whose point of view is right?


Apr 19, 2014 1:35 PM
Comments · 55

Nacir, do you have time to read my opinions? Did you read the whole thread?

April 22, 2014

All right Irene, here are couple of jokes:


If you kiss her, you are not a gentleman
If you don't, you are not a man
If you praise her, she thinks you are lying
If you don't, you are good for nothing
If you agree to all her likes, you are a wimp
If you don't, you do not understand
If you visit her often, she thinks it is boring
If you don't, she accuses you of double-crossing
If you are well dressed, she says you are a playboy
If you don't, you are a dull boy
If you are jealous, she says it's bad
If you don't, she thinks you do not love her
If you attempt a romance, she says you didn't respect her
If you don't, she thinks you do not like her
If you are a minute late, she complains it's hard to wait
If she is late, she says that's a girl's way
If you visit another man, you're not putting in "quality time"
If she is visited by another woman, "oh it's natural, we are girls"
If you kiss her once in a while, she professes you are cold
If you kiss her often, she yells that you are taking advantage
If you fail to help her in crossing the street, you lack ethics
If you do, she thinks it's just one of men's tactics for seduction
If you stare at another woman, she accuses you of flirting
If she is stared by other men, she says that they are just admiring
If you talk, she wants you to listen
If you listen, she wants you to talk
That's A GIRL!




April 21, 2014

Hello Bruce

There are problems with your contention and clarification inquiries


#1 You did not state why asking for an opinion is any way problematic. Had she stated that she wanted facts on an exclusively opinion based topic , she would have given a problematic inquiry.


#2 You did not produce a definition for "objective data". The clause "objective data" itself is subjective.


#3 You explained your inability to answer with the fact that the subject of the inquery is an opinion and not knowledge. This implies that you possess knowledge - an allegation that requires proof- and that you do not possess opinion. Which may bring to the minds of some the image of an automated entity. 



April 19, 2014

How to keep a woman happy….

It’s not difficult to make a woman happy. A man only needs to be:

1. A friend
2. A companion
3. A lover
4. A brother
5. A father
6. A master
7. A chef

8. An electrician
9. A carpenter
10. A plumber
11. A mechanic
12. A decorator
13. A stylist
14. A psychologist
15. A pest exterminator
16. A psychiatrist
17. A healer
18. A good listener
19. An organizer
20. A good father
21. Very clean
22. Sympathetic
23. Athletic
24. Warm
25. Attentive
26. Gallant
27. Intelligent
28. Funny
29. Creative
30. Tender
31. Strong
32. Understanding
33. Tolerant
34. Prudent
35. Ambitious
36. Capable
37. Courageous
38. Determined
39. True
40. Dependable
41. Passionate
42. Compassionate


43. Give her compliments regularly
44. Love shopping
45. Be honest
46. Be very rich
47. Not stress her out
48. Not look at other girls


49. Give her lots of attention, but expect little yourself
50. Give her lots of time, especially time for herself
51. Give her lots of space, never worrying about where she goes


52. Never to forget:
* birthdays
* anniversaries
* arrangements she makes


1. Leave him alone


April 21, 2014

Probably what Anastasiya meant was that women tend to use emotions/gut feeling more in real life situations as compared to men. Men try to reason out things more. In other words, men apply logic more as compared to women, specially when it comes to issues which women consider as sentimental/emotional.


The above is the general perception among masses. Her query probably was to determine what others think of this perception. Is it right or wrong?

April 20, 2014
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